- A mesh outer layer.
- Black squishy memory foam.
- Small dimples in the foam.
- Little pothole like slits in the foam.
- Hexagon printed floor.
I am only one inch tall but this red and gray mountain is a monstrosity. I am on a long bridge but it is vertical and sticking up in the air. I find a strap and pull myself up so I can sit on it while leaning back. Whoa, this back feels so cushy it’s like I am sitting on the couch at home. Pulling myself up on the strap this is where the gray waterproof material meets a new area. It’s black memory foam pad which is under a mesh outer layer. There are ridges in the foam so it is easy to pull myself onto the cushioning. Since I have nice small feet, because I am an inch tall, I am able to wedge my feet in the small holes in the foam I can kind of awkwardly walk. Walking straight upward I come very close to larger slits in the foam on my right. Now these slits serve as a latter that I can use to climb up which will most definitely increase my speed. As I’m approaching the end of the latter my foot is caught in a smaller slit and I fall dangling by one foot. Swaying in the air, calling for help, having a panic attack I swing back and forth and am able to pull myself back to the ledge and climb to the top of the pack.